Government officials and civil society advocates flocked to the National Assembly in Abuja to attend a public hearing on the Social Media Bill; a proposed law that gives near unlimited power to the Nigerian Police online
Over $26 billion is expected to be spent on technology related infrastructure, products and services in South Africa, a major increase from previous years.
A Kenyan court has declared the controversial Huduma Namba system legal pending a constitutional implementation plan. The system proposes intrusive data processes and harsh consequences for those who reject it.
Cybercriminals are using the interest in the recently concluded Grammy Awards to distribute malware disguised as popular musicians like Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X and Ariana Grande, amongst others.
Accessing reliable and complete government documents like parliamentary bills in Nigeria comes with major challenges. Thankfully, some proactive AI experts are taking on this challenge on the local and global stage.
To mitigate black market actors from taking advantage of idle frequency spectrum, the Kenyan Communication Authority has released new guidelines it hopes will ensure that allocated spectrum will be used effectively.
With the African Drone and Data Academy, stakeholders believe that practically developing the minds and expertise of young Africans will only help drive the continent towards its technology future.
A strategic partnership between Airtel Africa and Western Union may signal a changing tide for international money transfers for Africans.
Given Africa’s expected population increase to 1.65 billion, the recent Foresight Africa report highlights what strategies African governments can implement to manage this growth successfully.
In a race to meet up with its fast approaching SIM card registration deadline, Tanzania’s National Identification Authority ensured that its workers work 16-hour days to meet up with its biometric goals for January 20.